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Issue 3 – ICTM Journal

Editors Preface

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Editors’ Preface Download file The contents of this edition of Ethnomusicology Ireland clearly show this to be a period of vibrant research into the social and cultural aspects of music-making. Encouragingly, the amount of research being carried out these days is matched by the thematic and methodological diversity to be encountered, both at conferences and […]

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Jaime Jones – Singing the Way: Music as Pilgrimage in Maharashtra

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Conor Caldwell – Dancing in Southwest Donegal: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

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Liz Melish – Performing local identity: Place, community and dance in Timișoara, Romania

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Aidan O’Donnell – Studying the ‘step’ of a Donegal fiddler

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Colin Harte Teaching the Tunes: Understanding the Role of Irish Traditional Music in Higher Education in North America

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Daniel Milosavljevic- ‘Sweet sounds the ancient pibroch’: Authentic Ceòl Mór in New Zealand

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Sean Williams – Interdisciplinarity in Irish Music Pedagogy

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Caoimhín Mac Aoidh – Poetic Versus Linear Learning

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Review – Brass Bands of the World: Militarism, Colonial Legacies, and Local Music Making

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Brass Bands of the World: Militarism, Colonial Legacies, and Local Music Making Suzel Ana Reily and Katherine Brucher (eds.) Farnham: Ashgate, 2013 ISBN: 978-1-4094-4422-0 Download Review PDF In the joyful and unapologetically biased forward to this volume, Charles Keil sets forth with an inscription (I presume of his own devising): “Yes to the Dionysian blown […]

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